Loki Foods, located in the ‘seafood capital of the world’, is tackling climate change through food. Its first project is a plant-based whitefish alternative boasting an equivalent nutritional profile – without the nasties.
A year after the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs in the UK called on businesses to ‘step up to the plate’ and drive forward plans to cut food waste, the supermarket Iceland has announced food waste reductions of almost 2,500 tonnes,...
The Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) argues palm oil boycotts pave the way for unsustainable alternatives, but Greenpeace says that if the palm industry operates as usual, brands are left with little choice.
The marine environment is an important source of raw material for the global food sector. But the seafood industry is blighted by high levels of waste. This is a challenge the Icelandic seafood industry hopes to meet through innovation.
Big Food Group, the British company behind the Iceland retail and
Booker wholesale chains, has confirmed that it has accepted a
takeover from Baugur, the Icelandic investment group which already
owns a number of British retail groups....
The Big Food Group, owner of the Iceland and Booker chains, posted
a slight improvement in first half sales as it continues to
overhaul the business. Most noticeable was a return to
profitability at Iceland, helped by improved sales...
Like-for-like sales at Iceland improved in the second quarter of
the year, the first gain in many months for the struggling
retailer. But it remains to be seen how much of this was due to the
hot summer weather increasing volumes...
A slow but steady recovery at Iceland and innovative new customer
schemes at Booker will help the Big Food Group improve over time,
but for the first quarter of the year, the company managed little
more than a 'satisfactory'...
A poor first half performance from the Iceland fascia pushed down
sales and profits at the Big Food Group in 2002. But it also masked
the improvements made in the second half of the year which gave the
company a solid base on which...
Growth from new format stores notwithstanding, Iceland's poor
performance pulled down overall sales at the Big Food Group in the
UK during the first half. Another disappointing performance given a
positive spin by chief executive...
Sales at Iceland continued to decline in the 13 weeks to the end of
September, but the Big Food Group's overall results were buoyed by
a solid performance from its Booker wholesale unit. M&S,
meanwhile, saw good food sales...
British food retailer Iceland Group Plc warned on Wednesday it
would miss its target of flat full-year sales after a sharp drop in
its frozen food business over the Christmas period, pushing its